Definitions

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  • adj. harmonious
  • adj. of, or relating to, eurythmics
  • adj. of, or relating to, eurythmy

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Examples

  • She was one of the original exponents of eurythmic exercises.

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  • It will be amusing to go to these eurythmic displays, and the German opera, the German theatre.

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  • One instance was cited in which several oversized women in need of relief were being paid $24 a week to learn eurythmic dancing.

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  • I read the book, written in 1909, at a small New Hampshire girls 'camp ” run by an elderly Congregationalist minister and his wife and itself past its prime ” curled up on a worn velvet sofa in an outbuilding called the Lodge, whose walls were hung with Indian blankets and sepia photographs of girls in togas doing eurythmic dances in a forest clearing.

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  • I read the book, written in 1909, at a small New Hampshire girls’ camp—run by an elderly Congregationalist minister and his wife and itself past its prime—curled up on a worn velvet sofa in an outbuilding called the Lodge, whose walls were hung with Indian blankets and sepia photographs of girls in togas doing eurythmic dances in a forest clearing.

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